Based in Alberta, the successful candidate will report to the Operations Manager, and be an active member of the Canadian NDT Team. Technicians will be expected to examine the physical properties of specific materials and components to detect flaws, corrosion, erosion and imperfections through radiographic, penetrant, ultrasonic and magnetic particle testing.
- A current CGSB certification required, included all completed hourly and testing requirements;
- Experience in an NDT technician role with a solid understanding of current nondestructive testing specifications;
- Strong analytical skills and a proven ability to review test orders, test procedures and acceptability criteria;
- Good communication skills, both written and oral;
- Ability to calibrate testing equipment, evaluate test results against standards, prepare detailed and accurate reports, and
- Valid Driver’s License and pre-access drug and alcohol testing required.
Indeed - 19 months ago
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IRISNDT Corp. (“IRISNDT”), is a world leader in non-destructive testing (“NDT”) servicing Western Canada, the United...